The Neapolitan cornicello has its origins in Greek and Roman mythology, linked to the moment in which Zeus broke a horn from a goat, and filled it from fruits and flowers, as a symbol of fertility and life. The symbol has been traditionally worn as a protective amulet by the men and women of Naples, in particularly associated with guarding fruit trees, and nursing mothers.
Handcrafted and individually cast. Each piece is unique, which we believe is what gives it its beauty. Nickel and lead free.